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First check to make sure the water valve from th water supply is on (usually under your sink), Second, hold the water despenser switch ON. You should hear a "Hum" sound, that's the Electric water valve in the "open" position. The air will have to be purged through the water line, Filter, And the water collection tank inside the frig. The water tank keeps about agallon of water Cold for the water despenser, and will supply cold water to the ice maker, so the ice maker can freeze the cold water much faster for your ice. When holding the Water despenser, and you do NOT hear the hum sound, there is NOT power to the water selenoid. Check the connections to be ure they are tight and secure. A volt meter can also be used to check the voltage. WARNING the voltage is around 120 volts A.C., Do NOT TOUCH with bare hands!
Could be a bad water valve on the rear of the unit or the water line is frozen for the water in the door. Remove the toekick plate under the front and disconnect the water coupling to water in the door. Activate the water switch to see if water comes out there.
You have a supply voltage issue on your main board. This is located at the back of the refrigerator in a small compartment. You can get the part and replace it yourself, just make sure you un-plug the fridge before you start the project. It is pretty simple to do, so give it a shot. Good luck!!
The line inside the freezer door is frozen . Turn the temp in the freezer , to warmer for a few days , and it should thaw . A dispensor heater is available , pt # WR49X10173 . Instructions come with the part .
check to see if you have a leak in the water line. the line runs from the wall to the icemaker. do you have any leaks on the inside of the door? any frost build up? im assuming that you have a side by side fridge with an icemaker.
Have the same thing happen a few times. The posted solution is correct, but in the mean time you can thaw the line by heating with a blow dryer inside and outside the door, and around the ice dispenser. This should take about 15 mins.
if you wich to disable the despenser for water in the door just unplug the electrial connector on the water valve it has 2 selenoids on it one is for water in the door it has the largest plastic line under the selenoid
just unplug the connector to that selenoid
you will still have ice and it will despense through the door
I would try putting on the light at the dispenser. It worked for me but took almost 24 hours to work. I am now keeping the light on all the time. Simple solution to try. My ice was working when the water was not coming out.
Nope, its imposible to frees that line ,however there are two selenoides in the water in take located in the back of the frigi check if you heard a click sound wen you activate the water switch if not then you have to change the selenoide if yes look for water obstrucion in the water server...good luck and rate me